• Leatherworking as Part of “Living It!”

    By Danielle Palli “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” Lifestyle Director, Vivian Dunn told us. In this instance, she’s referring to Howard Coleman, a resident at the Buckingham at Houston (a Masterpiece Living partner and Certified Center for Successful Aging). At first glance, Howard’s long white hair and beard, coupled with his serious expression […]

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  • National Paperback Book Day is July 30th!

    Did you know that National Paperback Book Day is this Sunday (July 30)? What is your favorite book? What’s the last book you’ve read? Research suggests that reading helps you de-stress; it challenges your mind, sharpens your memory and helps you sleep better. CLICK HERE to read more about Masterpiece Living’s latest findings on the […]

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  • The April/May 2017 Issue of the Mosaic is Now Available!

    Masterpiece Living’s bi-monthly newsletter,  the Mosaic, offers timely and inspiring information about what it means to age successfully and be all that you can be! In this most recent issue, Dr. Roger Landry discusses nutrition and healthy aging and what people in the Blue Zones can tell us about living well. Plus, Edgemere residents, Mr. […]

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  • Dr. Roger Landry’s “Age Without Borders” Presentation

    Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry, recently participated in the Age Without Borders virtual summit along with more than 50 other experts in the aging field. Learn what it takes to age successfully and live an authentically healthy lifestyle in this special segment … Dr. Roger Landry’s Age Without Borders Presentation from Masterpiece Living on […]

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  • Dr. Roger Landry Featured in “80 Things to Do When You Turn 80”

    Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry, was one of many notable contributing authors of the newly released, 80 Things to Do When You Turn 80 alongside celebrities such as Pat Boone, Donald Hall, Oliver Sacks, The Amazing Kreskin, Donald Hall, Tab Hunter, Ruta Lee, Caroll Spinney, George Lois and many more. Edited and compiled by Mark Evan […]

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  • The Birches New Blog Series Focusses on Successful Aging

    The Birches Assisted Living in Clarendon Hills, IL are Masterpiece Living partners who are actively  sharing what it means to live a successful aging lifestyle and are educating others through their new blog series. They kicked off the 2017 series with an article from Masterpiece Living President Dr. Roger Landry. In “The Music of Our […]

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  • Tuesday Table Ladies

    At Longwood at Oakmont (a MPL partner), a group of eight ladies who have been regularly meeting every Tuesday for dinner (AKA the “Tuesday Table Ladies”) collaborated on the writing of a book – Where’s Laura – which was published in the winter of 2016. This story truly exemplifies what it means to live successfully and […]

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  • Masterpiece Living Ambassador Receives LeadingAge Award for Positive Aging

    The Masterpiece Living (MPL) team is  pleased to announce that Catholic Care Center (a Via Christi Health community) resident, Eugene Hock, was honored with the Faye McCoy Positive Aging Award from LeadingAge Kansas for his promotion and exemplification of a successful aging lifestyle within his older adult community and the greater Wichita area. The award was presented to Hock as part […]

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  • Dr. Roger Landry’s Keynote at the 2016 CSA Conference

    Masterpiece Living President, Dr. Roger Landry, recently presented at the 2016 CSA Conference in Washington. In his keynote, he discussed how to build resilience and live an authentically healthy life, and why it’s so important to keep moving, learning and challenging ourselves. He also talked about keys to successful aging, which include: lowering your risks, being mindful, […]

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  • Building a Culture of Successful Aging

    By: Penny Vittoria (Successful Aging Coach, Acacia Creek) When you walk through Acacia Creek Retirement Community, it feels different from other communities. One visitor remarked, “I think my mom would live longer if she moved here.” What she felt is what most people feel at Acacia Creek, an aliveness that comes from people who are […]

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